Facial Fusion Acupuncture comes to Highgate

Beauty acupuncture has, until recently, been the reserve of the Hollywood elite and the secret technique of those wishing to maintain their youthful looks the natural way, without committing to the knife. Using acupuncture to repair the unwanted effects of ageing is not a new idea, but one that can be traced back thousands of years. Using these ancient secrets,...

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Strains and Sprains

Some years ago I had torn a ligament in my right knee.  As I occasionally try to challenge myself with a new skill or knowledge,  I had joined a 0-5km running group. After a couple of weeks, to my great frustration, the pain in my knee returned. It was worse for the first movement, whether when getting out of bed...

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To a better menopause

Treating menopause naturally with acupuncture by Sharminee Kumaradevan I was interested to read about research published in the BMJ Open (February 2019) which supports (albeit cautiously) the use of acupuncture in the treatment of menopausal symptoms. This Danish study found that five weeks of acupuncture in women with menopausal symptoms reduced hot flushes, night sweats, sleep disturbances and emotional problems....

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ThetaHealing Hands

WHAT IS THETAHEALING®? YOUR GUIDE TO THIS TECHNIQUE

Have you ever wondered whether your beliefs may be preventing you from living the life you want? Not many people have. Instead, there is a tendency to blame your problems on other people, let negative thoughts control your reality and not take account for your own actions. But it doesn’t have to be this way. ThetaHealing® facilitates improvements in your...

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How to improve your relationships

I was having a chat with a friend the other day by the fireplace, and our conversation led us to talk about codependency and counter-dependency. I’m really fascinated by that topic and I’ve been studying it and working with it for almost a decade now. I came across the subject randomly, because a friend was reading a book by Pia Mellody,...

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All about you: Digestion and your Running Routine

Why your ‘regular’ is essential for your running schedule. The gastrointestinal system is a long and winding road housed between the mouth and the anus and when ill health arises, the gut is the first place I look for answers. Chemical reactions take place here to break down the food you eat and liquid you drink into smaller particles to...

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A glimpse into gestalt

By Katy Georgiou - From the day we are born, we are brought into a world of moral codes, behaviour modifications and messages about right or wrong. Often, these serve us well, leading us to an adjusted life where we can hold down jobs, maintain relationships and 'get on' in the world. But sometimes they can impact us in the...

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Even therapists need TEETH!

By Danielle Abramov -   Even therapists need TEETH (Tried Everything Else, Try Homeopathy)!! Therapists are generally aware of the human need for self-love and self-care, never failing to remind their clients to carve out ‘me time’ to improve their wellbeing. When it comes to therapists themselves, my experience is that broadly they fall into 2 camps: the ones who...

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9 ways to improve your life with NLP

By Peggy Guglielmino - I keep finding that one of the most tricky question to answer is What is NLP? I’ve been an NLP practitioner for about a decade now, and I still don’t like being asked that question! You can describe NLP in a lot of different ways, and that’s probably what makes it challenging. Also the name in...

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How can shamanic healing solve your problems?

By Zannah Merricks - Shamanic healing is the oldest form of energy healing. A shaman – who performs shamanism – believes that we not different from nature. For shamanic healing – that happens via the relationship between the sufferer, the spirits, and the healer – the sufferer does not need to adhere to any belief systems. Certain difficulties block our...

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What’s the fuss about gluten?

We all have friends who pertain to suffer with Gluten intolerance but what does that mean and should you be giving up gluten too? Having gluten intolerance comes with many digestive signs and symptoms that you may recognise and pass off as normal. Being gluten free is not only a very real condition but a trend that is on the...

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How does CBT work?

In CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) we work a lot with observing the thoughts in our head and how they contribute to our issues. The key principles behind CBT is that our thoughts directly create our emotions, which in turn dictate our behaviours and actions. So for example if you're expecting a phone call from a friend and you don't hear from them, the meaning you're...

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